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Business Intelligence Status Report
Spurred by government mandates for more business transparency, business intelligence has emerged to extract information from ERP systems. How has BI emerged? What does the terminology surrounding it mean, and what is its current state of affairs?

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: a research director with TechnologyEvaluation.com (TEC), with a focus on the enterprise applications market. He has nearly twenty years of manufacturing industry experience, including several years as a power user of IT/ERP, as well as being a consultant/implementer and market analyst. He holds a bachelor s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and he has also been certified in production and inventory management (CPIM) and in integrated resources management (CIRM)
6/27/2005

How Business Intelligence Happens
Find out how business intelligence (BI) happens!Download free TEC white papers and learn how to implement a BI system in your organization. Traditionally, business intelligence (BI) isn’t something you just install onto a server or client computer—which may be why some midsize companies have avoided it. Learn the basic processes by which BI is introduced into an environment, find out why it’s traditionally a time‐consuming and expensive proposition for most companies, and discover some of the ways in which you can implement BI more easily and for less money.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: How Business Intelligence Happens How Business Intelligence Happens Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: Traditionally, business intelligence (BI) isn’t something you just install onto a server or client computer—which may be why some midsize companies have avoided it. Learn the basic processes by which BI is introduced into an environment, find out why it’s traditionally a time‐consuming and expensive proposition for most companies, and discover some of the ways in which you can
3/31/2010 1:24:00 PM

SCT Extends Into Business Intelligence
SCT, a leading supplier to the process industries, has extended their iProcess.SCT product set to include Business Intelligence (BI).

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: absolute requirement during their evaluation. SCT should educate its existing user base in the value of BI and push to make the total BI suite available as possible.
9/4/2001

Innovations in Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) is in the midst of a new wave of innovations. Ideas in the search space, software as a service, and real-time analytics are extending the reach of BI across the complete size spectrum of organizations. This article looks at these technologies and their impact on businesses.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: Innovations in Business Intelligence Innovations in Business Intelligence Anna Mallikarjunan - July 17, 2009 Read Comments Business intelligence (BI) 2.0 may have been overshadowed by all the excitement around its cooler cousin Web 2.0, but it cannot be ignored. It is time to take a down-to-earth look at a few recent advances that are making BI more accessible, affordable, and relevant to businesses than ever before. The most observable changes in BI over the past two to three years have occurred in the
7/17/2009

Guide to Business Intelligence for Small to Midsized Businesses
You'll find it in Focus Experts Briefing: BI Overview, Key Issuesand Trends.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: Guide to Business Intelligence for Small to Midsized Businesses Guide to Business Intelligence for Small to Midsized Businesses Want the lowdown on business intelligence (BI) for small to midsized businesses (SMBs)? You ll find it in Focus Experts Briefing: BI Overview, Key Issues and Trends . This handy, plain-language guide will quickly get you up to speed on features and benefits of BI for SMBs BI deployment options the 13 capabilities every BI solution should deliver how to avoid BI project failure BI
12/7/2011 1:00:00 PM

How SMEs Can Tap into Real-time Business Intelligence
Real-time business intelligence (BI) delivers information about business as it occurs. While traditional BI presents historical data for analysis, real-time BI compares current business events with historical patterns to automatically detect problems or opportunities. This paper explains how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can establish a competitive advantage by tapping into the power of real-time BI.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: How SMEs Can Tap into Real-time Business Intelligence How SMEs Can Tap into Real-time Business Intelligence Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Real-time business intelligence (BI) delivers information about business as it occurs. While traditional BI presents historical data for analysis, real-time BI compares current business events with historical patterns to automatically detect problems or opportunities. This paper explains how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can establish a
2/15/2012 11:20:00 AM

Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence
Find out how midsized companies are tapping into the power of BI to capitalize on their best business performers by downloading the white paper why...

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence Why Midsize Companies Need Business Intelligence Cutting costs in order to survive in this uncertain market is not enough. That s why many midsized companies like yours are turning to their secret weapon for help—business intelligence (BI). In fact, without BI, you are more likely to go over budget, miss important deadlines, and commit investment and resources to one department at the expense of your overall business. Only when you grasp and understand
7/17/2009

Five Steps to Business Intelligence Project Success
Many business intelligence (BI) projects fall short of expectations. Unless organizations implement a methodology and benchmark the success other organizations have experienced, BI implementations may fail to provide the desired results. This article identifies five steps organizations should take when implementing BI solutions.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: Five Steps to Business Intelligence Project Success Five Steps to Business Intelligence Project Success Lyndsay Wise - September 11, 2009 Read Comments Successful business intelligence (BI) projects encompass more than implementation of a solution on time and within budget. True success should be measured by how the BI solution improves the organization s overall performance through increased efficiency in reporting, planning, financial functions, and performance measurements. This will help ensure
9/11/2009

Business Process Overview: Business Intelligence
Increased global competition, pricing pressure, and the need to rationalize resources have made business and operational measurement vital on all organizational levels. That’s why business intelligence and data warehousing tools are no longer only for the exclusive use of financial controllers. Instead, they are everyday tools across company divisions, giving relevant and efficient information overviews of all areas of responsibility.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: Business Process Overview: Business Intelligence Business Process Overview: Business Intelligence Source: IBS Document Type: White Paper Description: Increased global competition, pricing pressure, and the need to rationalize resources have made business and operational measurement vital on all organizational levels. That’s why business intelligence and data warehousing tools are no longer only for the exclusive use of financial controllers. Instead, they are everyday tools across company divisions,
11/16/2006 2:21:00 PM

Data Management for Business Intelligence
Along with the increasing sophistication of BI capabilities comes an increase in data volume—yet companies want to improve time-to-information for users. Data storage and data retrieval decisions are now often made based on cost instead of business needs—leading to compromises that impact performance. Find out the BI strategies, capabilities, and technologies best-in-class companies are using to address these challenges.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: Data Management for Business Intelligence Data Management for Business Intelligence Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Along with the increasing sophistication of BI capabilities comes an increase in data volume—yet companies want to improve time-to-information for users. Data storage and data retrieval decisions are now often made based on cost instead of business needs—leading to compromises that impact performance. Find out the BI strategies, capabilities, and technologies
1/21/2009 11:51:00 AM

Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data?
Enterprises that have manufacturing or plant-level intelligence systems can be guided through the forking paths of exception-based decision-making. Not only will they be better prepared for unplanned events, but they will also know how their responses will impact the company.

EVALUATION BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGY: Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data? Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data? P.J. Jakovljevic - December 20, 2005 Read Comments Plant Intelligence as Glue A series of TEC tutorials have looked at manufacturing plant-level systems addressing both the importance of plant level systems (see The Importance of Plant-Level Systems ) and the difficulties in developing systems that integrate the needs of the shop floor and the back-office (see The Challenges of Integrating ERPs and MESs ). One
12/20/2005


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